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New Pomalinks coach excited for upcoming year

By Ollie Riggins, Editor-in-Chief | April 12, 2024

Michaela Wubbles, the new Pomalinks coach is preparing for the new season. Wubbles has danced her whole life and coached cheer in the 2023-2024 and 2022-2023 school years, coaching JV her first year, and...

Senior Pomalinks tie bow on top of four years

By Dylan Smith | February 28, 2021

On Feb. 13 before the Lincoln High girls varsity basketball game, the Pomalinks had their senior night, celebrating what they had done over their four years and seeing where they will be heading in the...


Behind The Scenes: Lincoln High School’s very own dance mom

By Andrea Martinez | November 10, 2020

Poma-who? Poma-what? Poma-Links! Have you ever wondered who works behind the scenes on the Pomalinks team? Meet Lincoln High’s english teacher, dance coach, and mom all in one, Emily Martinez. Martinez...

Center: Salvador Diaz-DeBose (11), and the rest of the LHS Pomalinks, hype up the crowd at the Homecoming pep rally on September 21st, 2018 in the Johnson Gym. 
Photo by Makenzie Hornby

Male Pomalink challenges gender roles

By Anthony Torres, Zeke Williams, and Emily Price | October 30, 2018

By Anthony Torres, Emily Price, Zeke Williams Issues of gender identification have always been controversial, and they are especially prominent in our current society. Many members of this generation...

The Pomalinks do their Homecoming performance at the pep rally on September 1, 2017.

Poma-Who? Poma-What? PomaLINKS!

By Maicee Ingwerson | October 20, 2017
Reading Time: 3 minutes 142 “I am innovative. I am reliable. I am open minded. I am positive. I am optimistic. I am resilient. I am supportive, and I am prepared.” These were the responses that Pomalinks Coach Adrianne Poppe wasn’t expecting at the beginning of the year when she asked the team what they had to offer. “I...
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